Social Studies

Social Studies eFlashcards


Learn about historical figures, facts as well as other countries and cultures. All in our interactive eLearning Flashcards sets which combine sound, images, and video.  So, take off on new adventures in social studies in a fun and entertaining way.

American History

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African Americans African Americans Alexander Hamilton and the Public Report Amendments to the Constitution America American Expansion in the 1800's American Factories and Plants Americans and Manifest Destiny Black Hawk's War Black History Month Black Tuesday and the Great Depression Cabinet Department of the United States Californian Tribes and Kuksu Ceremonial Practices of the Puebloan People Civil Rights Act of 1964 Civil War Terms Clans of the Pacific Northwest Cotton Mills and Textile Production in the 1800's Democratic-Republican Clubs Department of Education Department of Homeland Security Department of the U.S. Treasury Department of Veterans Affairs Douglas MacArthur Dunmore's Proclamation Federalist Decline and Voting Rights Great Depression Terms Important Articles of the Constitution Important Supreme Court Cases and Their Impacts Industrial Revolution Terms Industrialism in the United States James Polk and the Election of 1844 John Adams and the Coercive Acts Little Rock Nine Macon's Bill and Napoleon Bonaparte Northeastern Tribes and Tribal Confederacies Pearl Harbor Piece Work and National Division Pledge of Allegiance Prohibition Quantrill's Raid Sons and Daughters of Liberty Spanish American War State Legislatures and the House of Representatives The Adams-Onis Treaty The Beliefs of John Adams The Boston Tea Party The Causes of the Civil War The Changing of the Guard The Civil Rights Act and President Johnson The Corps of Discovery The Cuban Missile Crisis The Culper Ring The Declaration of Independence The Decline of the Puebloan People The Duel of Hamilton and Burr The Election of 1840 The End of the Mexican-American War The First Mandatory Draft and the Enrollment Act The First Presidential Inauguration The Founding Fathers and Central Governments The Great Compromise The Indian Removal Act The Influence of Tocqueville The Mississippians and Matrilineal Descent The Patronado Real and Grenada The Reconquista and Portuguese Navigation The Rise of Jackson and Office Rotation The Tariff of 1828 The War with Mexico and the Armies of the West The Whigs Thomas Jefferson and Land Ownership Transportation and the Market Revolution Treaty of Paris Tribes of the Midwest U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Commerce U.S. Department of Defense U.S. Department of Energy U.S. Department of Health and Human Services U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development U.S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of Labor U.S. Department of State U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Department of Transportation Understanding Paleo Indians Understanding Puebloan Road Systems Understanding the Anasazi People Understanding the Archaic Period Understanding the Joint Committee Understanding the Treaty of Alliance Understanding the Treaty of Mortefontaine What Caused the American Civil War? Who Signed the Declaration of Independence? Wilma Pearl Mankiller Witchcraft Trials
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World History

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Agricultural Advancements in 1300 Ancient Indian Culture Apartheid Aspects of Civilizations Bishoprics and Tithing Charles VII and Army Taxes Chesapeake Bay Chinese Neolithic Culture Chinese Rivers and Regions Civic Humanism Columbus and the Journey to America Common English Kings Confucianism in China Culture of Early Japan Daoism in China Early Ethiopian Resources Egyptian Culture Egyptian Geography Emperor Wu and the Silk Road English Nobility and the War of the Roses Environmental Advancements Famous European Explorers Famous Leaders of Ethiopia Gunpowder and the Artillery Revolution Hammurabi's Code Human Origins Imperial Japan Important Dates for Colonial Expansion Incan and Aztec Terms Indian Art and Medicine Influenza Epidemic of 1918 Inventions that Changed the World Islam and Indian Society Israelite Kings Jesuit Influence in New France John Cabot and English Sea Navigation Key Facts About the Turkish Empire Kinship Feudalism in China League of Nations Middle East Crisis Mysteries of History Navigation Acts Philip IV and the Island of France Pilgrims and Separatists Pizarro and the Incans Ponzi Schemes Queen Elizabeth and Protestant Reform Rebellions and Sugar in Brazil Regions of India Regions of Japan Revolution in Haiti and Independence Richelieu and the Absolute Monarch of France Russo Japan War Sargon's Empire Science and Philosophy of the Hellenistic Era Silver and the Price Revolution of Spain Spain in the Middle Ages Spanish Conquistadors and the Treaty of Tordesillas Spanish Settlement in Florida and St. Augustine Terra Cotta Army The Ancient Sumerians The Arab Empire The Art of War in China The Assyrians The Chola Kingdom The Cold War The Columbian Exchange and Smallpox The Conquer of the Aztecs The Council of Indies and Viceroys The Diaspora The Dutch East India Company The Dutch People The Edict of Nantes and Huguenots The Egyptians The Establishment of New France The Exile of the Medici The First Anglo Dutch War The French Expansion Into Florida The Glorious Revolution The Great Depression The Habsburg Family The Han Dynasty of China The Hebrews The History of Ghana The Holocaust The Iberian Colonies and Cortez The Iberian Union The Ice Age The Italian Wars The Middle Ages The Middle Passage The Monopoly of Portugal The Neolithic Culture The Origins of the Hundred Years' War The Ottoman Turks The Persians The Phoenicians The Reign of Mazarin and the Frond The Rise of Fascism The Rule of William and Mary The Seven Year's War The Shang Dynasty The Society of Friends and the Quaker Expansion The Sumerian Religion The Three Kingdoms of China The Titanic The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 The Vassal System and Lords The Vietnam War The Virginia Company and James I The World at War The Xia Dynasty Theocratic States Tootsie Rolls and World War II Traditional Cultural Expressions Transculturation and Haciendas Understanding Korean Dynasties Understanding Legalism in China Understanding the Kingdom of Kerma Understanding the Sui Dynasty Understanding Trans-Atlantic Trade Unification of Germany Unification of Italy
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Influential Figures in History

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Adam Smith, economist, philosopher and author Adolf Hitler Alexander F. "Beau" Godefroy Alice Coachman Andrew Carnegie, Business Magnate Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana, President of Mexico Aphra Behn, Writer Barbara McClintock, Nobel Prize Winner Billie Jean King, Athlete Bonnie Blair, Olympian Brigham Young Caligula Cassius Clay Catherine de Medici Chesley Sullenberger Chuck Feeney Coco Chanel Coretta Scott King Edith Wilson Elizabeth Blackwell, Medical Practitioner Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, Doctor Eugene Lazowski Famous American Icons Famous Figures of the 1920's Famous Figures of World War II Florence Bascom, Geologist Florence Nightingale, Nurse Franklin Pierce Georgia O’Keefe, Artist Hedy Lamarr Hippocrates, Ancient Scientist James E. Longstreet James Harrison Jesse Jackson Johannes Kepler, Ancient Scientist Johannes Vermeer Joseph Stalin Julia Child Julius Caesar Julius Caesar Karl Benz King Felipe VI of Spain King Philippe, King of the Belgians King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands Lao Tzu, Ancient Philosopher Lee Harvey Oswald Lou Gehrig Lucille Ball Maimonides Marcus Aurelius Maria Montessori Mary Ann Shadd Cary Maurice Ralph Hilleman Maximilien Robespierre and The Reign of Terror Mother Teresa (Saint) Movements in the 1920's Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor, Parliament Natural Rights and John Locke Nelson Mandela Nils Bohlin Norman Borlaug Pearl Buck, Nobel Prize Winner Pete Conrad Philip, the father of Alexander the Great Phyllis Wheatley Pocohontas, Peace Maker Queen Isabella Queen Jetsun Pema Queen Margrethe II of Denmark Queen Noor of Jordan Rick Rescorla Rosa Bonheur, Artist Ruth Fulton Benedict, Anthropologist Ruth Simmons Sakajawea Samori Toure Samuel Morse Shirley Temple Black, Ambassador Simone de Beauvoir, Writer Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike, Former Prime Minister of Sri Lanka St. Catherine, Ambassador Steven Spielberg Valentina Tereshkova Vasili Arkhipov and Stanislav Petrov Walter Reed Who is Ava Duvernay? Who is Mary Seacole? Who is Matthew Henson? Who is Shirley Chisholm? William Bradford Willis Carrier
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Ancient History

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Ancient Greece Ancient Rome Augustus, first Emperor of the Roman Emperor Egyptian Burial Customs Flavius Josephus Germanic Kingdoms Join the Roman Empire Gladiators of Ancient Rome Hatshepsut Indus Valley Civilization Harappa Pliny the Elder Polis, the center of Greece Sophists The Ancient World: Ancient China The Ancient World: Ancient Egypt The Ancient World: Assyrians and Hittites The Ancient World: Babylonia The Ancient World: Ice Age The Ancient World: India’s Empires The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: African Cultures The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Alexander and Persia The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Ancient America The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Celts The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Greek Culture The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Hebrews The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Life & Death in Egypt The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Mesopotamia & Sumer The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Minoans The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Mycenaeans The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Phoenicians The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: Romans The Ancient World: Prehistoric to AD500: The Influence of Greek Culture The Ancient World: Roman Society The Bronze Age The Gracchus Brothers The Great Peloponnesian War The Iron Age The Legend of Meng Jiangnu The Mountains and Seas of Early Greece The New Kingdom of Egypt The Old Kingdom of Egypt The Qin Dynasty The Stone Age The Twelve Tables of Rome, 449 BC Triumvirate I & II Rome
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